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Crouch End Festival Chrous

Last updated 18 July 2013

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Crouch End Festival Chrous (group)

Crouch End Festival Chorus has established itself as one of Britain’s major symphonic choirs, and has gained both national and international recognition. 

Based in north London, the choir was founded in 1984 by David Temple and John Gregson, and David has remained as musical director ever since, shaping the choir’s progress  and building its reputation.

With some 150 singers on its books, Crouch End Festival Chorus is known for its versatility and eclectic repertoire, ranging from the traditional classical works to modern and specially-commissioned pieces. The choir promotes its own concerts at major venues such as the Barbican Hall in London, while also recognising its local roots with regular performances in Muswell Hill, Crouch End and Highgate. In addition, Crouch End Festival Chorus is in constant demand for recording work and external live promotions.